Jurgen Wolff is a writer, lecturer, and consultant. His books include Focus: The Power of Targeted Thinking (Pearson), Your Writing Coach (Nicholas Brealey), and Do Something Different (Virgin Books). His specialty is developing innovative right-brain approaches to creativity, productivity, and marketing.
He has also written more than 100 television episodes for the United States, Great Britain, and Germany. His film, The Real Howard Spitz, starred Kelsey Grammer, and his mini-series, Midnight Man, starred Rob Lowe. His plays have been performed in New York, London, Los Angeles, and Berlin. His original animated series, “Norman Normal,” has been broadcast throughout Europe.
As well as teaching workshops on personal development, time management and creativity, he has written many articles, including a personal development column for the Times Educational Supplement. He has made numerous television and radio appearances in support of his books and workshops.
The companion website to Focus: The Power of Targeted Thinking is www.Focusquick.com. He publishes a free monthly Brainstorm e-bulletin, which is full of tips and techniques about being more creative and productive. For a free subscription, please email BstormUK@aol.com. His writing-related websites are www.YourWritingCoach.com and www.TimetoWrite.com, and his writing blog is www.TimetoWrite.blogs.com.
He divides his time between London and Southern California.